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I am getting below error. Rwbuilder. Exe - application error. The instruction at "0x6xxxxxx" referenced memory at "0x6xxxxxx". The memory could not be "read". Click on ok to terminate the program. I really appreciate your help
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by:mohammadzahid
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What version of Oracle Reports? And, when do you get this error? Report runtime or starting report builder?
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by:Mark Geerlings
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Also, which operating system is this on, and which version of the operating system?

And, is this a report that used to work, but now gives errors, or is this a new report that you are trying to develop or deploy?
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by:hussainkhan22
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The report used to work and now issuing the above errors. It's Linus os. What do you suggest now
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Try compiling the report into a *.rep file then running it with rwrun.exe instead of running the *.rdf file each time via rwbuilder.exe.

Which version of Reports is this?
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